Certifications & Policies


ISO 9001:2008

The quality management system of SED Systems is certified as conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001:2008. Our registrar is Intertek Systems Certification and our certificate number is 2277-7.

Controlled goods registration program (CGRP)

SED Systems is registered pursuant to the Canadian Government Controlled Goods Registration Program (CGRP).

Controlled Goods Certificate

Canadian and US companies doing business with SED Systems concerning Controlled Goods or ITARs matters can quote the following registration number when required to do so: SED Systems Controlled Goods Registration # 10310.

SED Responsible Mineral Policy

SED, a division of Calian Ltd. does not support the use of minerals that are linked to the human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Suppliers are expected to ensure that parts and products supplied to SED for our deliverable systems and products are DRC “conflict-free” and do not contain metals derived from columbite-tantalite (tantalum), cassiterite (tin), wolframite (tungsten), or gold such that they directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups through mining or mineral trading in the DRC or adjoining countries.

SED will work with our suppliers of raw materials that contain these minerals or derivatives to ensure they meet our DRC “conflict-free” policy.

SED requires all part and product suppliers that use these minerals or derivatives directly or indirectly through their supply chain to have a DRC “conflict-free” mineral policy or otherwise supply only parts and products that are DRC “conflict-free”.

Counterfeit Avoidance Policy

SED Systems flows down Counterfeit Avoidance/Mitigation requirements as part of purchase order / terms & conditions to the SED Systems suppliers.

The SED Systems Purchase Order Terms & Conditions require that electronic parts be procured from Original Component Manufacturers (OCM) or their Authorized (Franchised) Distributors so the material has a traceable pedigree back to the point of manufacture. If unable to do so, the purchase order will impose inspection and testing requirements to detect and avoid counterfeit electronic parts and suspect counterfeit electronic parts.